January

Urban riparian, stream restoration program set for Feb. 20 in San Benito

The Texas Water Resources Institute’s Urban Riparian and Stream Restoration Program will host an Urban Stream Processes and Restoration Training workshop 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Feb. 20 in San Benito for professionals interested in conducting stream restoration projects around the South Texas area.

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Water Well Owner Training set for Feb. 5 in College Station

A Texas Well Owner Network, or TWON, training has been scheduled for Feb. 5 in College Station.

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Improving water quality with septic system repair, replacement in Attoyac Bayou

The Attoyac Bayou Watershed Partnership is coordinating a septic system repair and replacement program for residents in the Attoyac Bayou watershed to help improve and protect water quality.

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FY2020 USGS 104G Water Resources National Competitive Grant announced

The Texas Water Resources Institute announces the release of the Request for Proposals (RFPs) for the FY 2020 National Competitive Grant Program by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the National Institutes for Water Resources.

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Recipients of Water Seed Grant Initiative announced

Texas A&M AgriLife Research, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station have selected seven multidisciplinary teams as recipients of the FY2020-21 Water Seed Grant Initiative.

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Mills Scholarship awarded to four TAMU students

The Texas Water Resources Institute has awarded 2020 Mills Scholarships to four graduate students conducting water-related research at Texas A&M University.

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TWRI receives 'outstanding' rating by USGS

The Texas Water Resources Institute was recently rated as outstanding by the U.S. Geological Survey in the federal agency’s multiyear review of the institute.

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ICYMI: Dallas Center program spotlight

In case you missed it, our November 2019 Conservation Matters program spotlight focused on the Texas A&M AgriLife Center at Dallas, or Dallas Center.

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txH2O highlight: The key to perfecting water reuse?

With Texas’ decreasing water availability and increasing water demand, a growing number of water providers are using or considering water reuse, either direct or indirect, for drinking water.

In the spring 2016 issue of txH2O, TWRI published an article about scientists from the Texas A&M University System successfully demonstrating the feasibility of using electron beam, or eBeam, to treat wastewater for direct potable reuse.

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TWRI Program Spotlight: Mills Scholarship Program

Throughout the past five decades, TWRI has awarded Mills Scholarships to select Texas A&M University graduate students studying water resources and hydrology issues in Texas.

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